Mr. Sunday's Soups
Publication Date: December 2010
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Known to millions as the anchor of "Fox News Sunday," Chris Wallace is one of the most popular news show hosts in the country. After a long day on air, Chris would often arrive home hungry and delight at the sight of a big pot of his wife Lorraine's soup on the burner. Lorraine may not be a professional cook, but you wouldn't know it from her soups
In fact, her soups were so good that Chris couldn't help but rave about them on-air. Before long, the show's fans were begging him to share his wife's wonderful recipes. Now, in "Mr. Sunday's Soups," Lorraine Wallace shares a wide variety of soups that are sure to please the whole family.
- Includes 78 recipes and 40 beautiful full-color photos
- With recipes such as Tortellini Meatball, Cuban Black Bean, Chicken Garlic Straciatella, and many more
- The perfect cookbook for fans of "Fox News Sunday" and great soups in general
- Features a Foreword by Chris Wallace
Perfect as comfort food at the end of a long day at the office or the studio, these satisfying soups offer simple, wholesome solutions to the dinner doldrums.
ALEXANDRA GRABLEWSKI is a well-known food and beverage photographer whose work has appeared in Gourmet, Martha Stewart Living, Real Simple, Better Homes and Gardens, and Wine Spectator, as well as in many cookbooks.
Brigit Binns has authored or co-authored twenty-five cookbooks, many of them for Williams-Sonoma. She's also helped many of this country's most respected chefs--like New York's Michael Psilakis ("How to Roast a Lamb", Little Brown, 2009) and Los Angeles' Joachim Splichal ("Patina: Spuds, Truffles, and Wild Gnocchi", Collins, 1995)--turn their cookbook dreams into reality.
"The Cook & The Butcher", her eleventh book for Williams-Sonoma, has won wide praise. Her book collaboration with the "rock-star" butcher Ryan Farr--San Francisco's "King of Meats,"--"Whole Beast Butchery" (Chronicle, 2011) was nominated for a 2012 IACP award.
Her husband, actor Casey Biggs, has gained fame as the "Paso Wine Man," via a viral video spot that was awarded the Wine Spectator Video of the Year, and won several Addys.